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song of Tailitnama

Sheet Music: Performance Parts

The song of Tailitnama : for voice, six cellos and percussion / Peter Sculthorpe.

by Peter Sculthorpe (1974)

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  • Instrumentation: Soprano, 6 cellos, percussion (2 players).
  • Audio Sample

    From the CD Madrugada

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Product details

Published by: Faber Music [F0698] — 1 set of performance parts

Difficulty: Advanced

Duration: 10 mins

Dedication note: To David Matthews

First performance by John Hopkins, Halina Nieckarz — 6 May 74.

Text from Central Australian Aboriginal rock wallaby song.

Text from the Northern Aranda poem: The song of Tailitnama, translated by T.G.H. Strehlow.

Written for the ABC television documentary Sun Music for Film, directed by Stafford Garner.

Typeset edition.

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Madrugada
CD: Madrugada : music from Latin America and Australia.

song of Tailitnama
Score: The song of Tailitnama : for soprano, six cellos and percussion / Peter Sculthorpe

This work also exists as the following versions:
- Countertenor with piano
- Mezzo-Soprano with piano
- Unknown instrumentation
- Soprano with piano

 

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